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August 9, 2002  

Library of Parliament in Ottawa being restored

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August 8, 2002  

Microsoft Canada defies law and persists in using title “engineer”

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August 6, 2002  

Survey shows construction firms’ profitability has peaked

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July 25, 2002  

Engineers asked to support disaster relief program

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July 22, 2002  

Diverse engineering projects win awards in Saskatchewan

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July 11, 2002  

CEM, Delcan link with larger companies in growing trend

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July 9, 2002  

Plagiarism plagues Carleton

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July 4, 2002  

Confederation Bridge vibrating more than models predicted

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July 4, 2002  

Fewer building permits in May, but building sector robust

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July 2, 2002  

Earth Tech carries on as normal despite problems plaguing parent company Tyco

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June 25, 2002  

CCE website news will recommence July 2

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June 25, 2002  

Plans afoot to make Great Lakes waterways fit for Panamax vessels.

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June 24, 2002  

Civil engineering students race concrete canoes and purify mucky water at ASCE’s 150th celebrations.

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June 21, 2002  

Giant U.S. Bechtel joins with Quebec consulting firm BPR

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June 20, 2002  

Deadlines approaching for Energy Efficiency Awards and for papers to be given at Water Conference.

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June 20, 2002  

New faces head Canadian engineering organizations

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June 18, 2002  

Money for transportation, water works and buildings, as Ontario’s government turns a shade of green

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June 14, 2002  

Winnipeg consulting engineers help build International Space Station

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June 11, 2002  

Structural engineers carry big risk

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June 7, 2002  

Canadian Consulting Engineer winds Gold at the Canadian Business Press Awards.

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June 7, 2002  

Engineers and technologists in two provinces forging closer links

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June 3, 2002  

Infrastructure projects get federal funding approval

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May 31, 2002  

Engineering awards boost Newfoundlanders and massive Synchotron project

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May 29, 2002  

B.C. begins installing “greener” street lamps

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May 28, 2002  

Earth Tech study helps find better drinking water treatments

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May 27, 2002  

Walkerton Inquiry Commission advocates watershed protection planning

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May 22, 2002  

Consortium to help ease Greater Toronto Area gridlock

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May 21, 2002  

Canadian engineers pick up pieces from Enron collapse